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PILL - " Convenience "

On their debut record, Pill’s ability to leap from issue to issue takes lyrical poise and musical understanding. The band’s collective ability to cover a wide range of instruments with comparatively few numbers portrays each member’s musical expertise. 431 more words


Blood Moon - M. Craft

First posted on echoesanddust.com.

Seven years after the release of his second studio album Arrows in the Sun, singer-songwriter Martin ‘M’ Craft returns with his third studio album… 396 more words


The Wilderness - Explosions in the Sky

Through no fault of their own, the popularity of Explosions in the Sky’s album ‘The World Is Not A Cold And Dead Place’ inadvertently helped to create the template used by countless bands all hoping to achieve the same dizzying heights Explosions in the Sky achieved. 414 more words


The Glowing Man - Swans

When Swans reformed in 2010 with the release of ‘My Father Will Guide Me up A Rope To The Sky’, people perhaps may not have predicted that the band would ultimately start releasing some of the most defining albums of their career. 494 more words


1973 Bruce Springsteen - The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle

How to describe this album with one sentence? The Boss with jazzy flourishes.
If I were to pick one Bruce Springsteen album that across all of media and depictions about The Boss, is considered to be the safe Bruce Springsteen record, I would go for The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle as my selection. 294 more words



Mensch Herbert Gronemeyer (Gronland/EMI, 2002)

Mensch was German rock/pop artist Herbert Gronemeyer’s 11th full-length album of original material. The title track, Mensch (which means human) was Gronemeyer’s first number one German single. 128 more words


The HOTELIER - " Goodness "

“Listen more, speak less,” Christian Holden recently commented on social media in anticipation of his band’s forthcoming new album. These seemed like strange words coming from… 146 more words